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Most Common Prejudices
What are some of the most common ways people discriminate against each other? Some of the areas where people show their intolerance are well-known, such as race. But 1others are less 2acknowledged, even if more common:
Age: 3Ageism is more common than you think. Older people are thought to be inflexible and 4stuck in the past, while younger people are seen as inexperienced and naive. 5One-fifth of working adults say they experience ageism in the 6workplace.
Class: Classism usually takes the form of discrimination by wealthier people against those who are less well off. However, classism goes both ways – people of lower economic status can see the wealthy as elite snobs who, while monetarily secure, are morally 7bankrupt.
Color:Different from racism, colorism is discrimination based only on the color of a person’s skin; how relatively dark or light they are. Colorism takes place within and between races. It is common in multi-ethnic and non-white societies and societies with historical racial prejudice.
Ability: 8Usually called ableism, a less well-known form of prejudice is discrimination against people with visible disabilities such as 9those in wheelchairs or with a learning disability. The disabled face discrimination not only from their 10peers, but from institutions, schools, employers, and 11landowners who are hesitant to accommodate the disabled.
Sex/Gender:Possibly the most universal and long running prejudice is that based on a person’s gender or sex. Historically, sexism has placed men in a more advantageous position than women.
Weight/Size: In short, sizeism is discrimination based on 12a person’s body size or weight. Sizeism works with social standards of beauty and usually takes the form of discrimination against the overweight – anti-fat prejudice.
Religion: Religious discrimination and 13persecution has been common throughout history. But 14prejudice based on religious affiliation doesn’t end with organized religion; 15atheists are 16prone to discrimination and being discriminated against.
Sexual Orientation: Most commonly, prejudice based on sexual orientation includes discrimination against those of a non-heterosexual orientation. Discrimination against the non-heterosexual takes many forms depending on the society. In some societies prejudice is open and tolerated, but in most Western societies, 17bias against the non-heterosexual is more discreet.
Country of Origin: Nativism is a common form of discrimination against immigrants to a country. Unlike many other forms of discrimination, nativism is many times encouraged and enforced by some public entities.
18Which prejudice do you have? Which prejudice have you experienced?
2acknowledged – reconhecidos(as)
4stuck – presos(as)
7bankrupt – falidos(as)
10peers - pares; colegas
11landowners – proprietários(as)
16prone – propensos(as)
18bias – julgamento ou opinião parcial
Mark the correct question for the sentence “prejudice based on religious affiliation” (reference 14).
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